One more year (another year without E3, too), Geoff Keighley makes all the calls to show off a host of exclusives, scoops, new trailers, and all-new announcements. For three intense hours, this is what this year’s Summer Game Fest has given of itself. Avalanche of videos and news!
Street Fighter 6
Guile vs. Ryu fighting with a clean punch in the first gameplay of the night, which inherits part of the aesthetics and style of the last games in the series, but of course, more sophisticated, faster… and with older characters. Age weighs on the appearance (not on the forcefulness) of the fighters in this return to the classic.
Aliens Dark Descent
A top down shooter that suits the usually frenetic fight between marines and aliens perfectly, and this time it seems that it brings special guests in the form of some kind of mutations that could spice up the action in many ways. At the moment little gameplay for a game that promises to be simple and forceful.
The Callisto Protocol
December 2 is the scheduled date for the release of this game that inherits the aesthetics, dynamics and extreme violence of the beloved ‘Dead Space’ and its sequels. Glen Schofield has come on the scene to talk about some new stuff (like an interesting and potentially overwhelming grav gun) and has shown some gameplay of what promises to be one of the most insanely bloody games of the season.
Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2
After the recent trailer, Activision has provided a complete gameplay of his new first-person war action game, one that also bears the same name as a classic title in the franchise. In fact, this snippet replicates the oil rig assault level from that game. Graphically, the appearance is overwhelming, with a multitude of water effects, explosions, blood, and moving objects on the stage. A show.
Medieval aesthetics for a kind of mystical western with spectacular guns and frenetic action. Independent airs and classic gameplay for a title that promises maximum powder kegs.
More suffocation in space in a game that may not benefit from being taught immediately after ‘The Callisto Protocol’, although this one has a different vibe. More dark atmosphere, more classic horror and a more indie tone for a game that you will have to pay attention to if you are looking for high tension in a zero atmosphere.
First announced in 2013, this game has evolved a lot since then (or not: it presents the vision of the future that was held in the eighties, a bit in the style of ‘Alien: Isolation), but it seems that the moment in which that we can finally enjoy this Lunar Software and Raw Fury game that mixes exploration and RPG. Empty corridors, disturbing androids, VHS reel and analog monitors everywhere.
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